FE – EL2

6th July 2020

This week we are going to have a go at making Bolognese for the family.

As well as this you can use the Jobs around the house sheet from last week to complete one task every day to help improve your home environment.  

Download – Making Bolognese overview

Download – Bolognese instructions

2nd July 2020

This week we are going to have a go at making pizza for the family. As well as this you can use the Jobs around the house sheet to complete one task every day to help improve your home environment.   

Download – Making Pizza Overview

Download – Making Pizza

Download – Jobs around the house

29th June 2020 - 5 Ways to Wellbeing Challenge

Our 5 Ways to Wellbeing work continues today with a challenge.

Can you GIVE each day for 5 days? Have a look at the challenge sheet together. or view our Symbol instruction sheet.

These are the activities:

Thursday – Vacuum a room – we have done this in school, can you use the instructions ‘Vacuum a room‘ to do this on your own? Symbol instruction sheet

Friday – Make lunch – use the instructions from last week as a reminder. See if anyone would like a sandwich. What fillings were favourite choices?

Saturday – Clean out the fridge – talk to your family about healthy choices. You can use the traffic light resources from last week to see what is healthy and what is a treat.

Sunday – Clean the windows – we have done this in school, can you use the instructions ‘cleaning the windows‘ to do this on your own? Symbol instruction sheet

Monday – Play a game – We have done this in our PSD lessons. Take time with your family and have fun.

25th June 2020 - Traffic Light Food Colours

In EL2 we have been working on our 5 Ways to Wellbeing.

Have a look at the sheet to see the activities we have done in school that we can practise at home.

This week can we help sort out and clean the kitchen cupboards? This is part of our functional skills, sorting, cleaning, comparing sizes, health and safety etc.

Whilst the items are out of the cupboard we can look at the food labels. We have been doing this is school. We can decide which foods are a treat (red), which foods we can eat most the time (amber) and which foods we can enjoy freely (green). This is great for all the family.

Download traffic light food colours

Look at the powerpoint for information to explain these labels. To help talk about this with your children please check  out the NHS Change 4 Life website. It has helpful tips and videos.

Here is the link:

https://www.nhs.uk/change4life/food-facts/food-labels

There are also 2 instruction sheets with symbol support. These help our young people work more independently.

Download reading food label instructions

Download cleaning kitchen cupboard instructions

Lets work together!

22nd June 2020 - 2 Activities to try
  1. Stretching – we really enjoyed our stretching and flexibility for the All About Me project last term. Download the Power Point. Can you remember them and teach your family? Only record if you want to, this can be a fun way to keep mobile, active and have fun. Download excel recording sheet.
  2. Making cards – make cards ready for birthdays or send a card to a loved one you cannot visit at the moment, here are lots of ideas that are simple to make at home! https://www.mybluprint.com/article/easy-card-making-ideas-that-take-30-minutes-or-less
1st June 2020

This week we are going to have a go at making Bolognese for the family.

As well as this you can use the Jobs around the house sheet from last week to complete one task every day to help improve your home environment.  

Download – Making Bolognese overview

Download – Bolognese instructions

21st May 2020

Today’s work continues with the topic ‘The Environment’ and how we can improve an area of our Environment.

Download – Butterfly feeders overview

Watch the video below on how to make a butterfly feeder and then use the flower template to make your own. You can also have ago at up-cycling to make some different feeders. Use the spotters guide to see what butterfly’s you attract.

Download – Feeder instructions

Download – Flower Template

Download – Butterfly detective spotting sheet

 

 

18th May 2020

This week we are going to have a go at making pizza for the family. As well as this you can use the Jobs around the house sheet to complete one task every day to help improve your home environment.   

Download – Making Pizza Overview

Download – Making Pizza

Download – Jobs around the house

14th May 2020

Another idea for improving your outdoor environment is to recycle some household items in order to make planters. Have a look at the activity for some ideas of what you might use and how they could look. Enjoy getting creative!

Download Activity – Recycled Planters

 

 

11th May 2020

Last Friday was the 75th Anniversary of VE Day. Try out some of these activities linked to World War 2.

Download Activities

Download – Lemonade recipe

Download – Morse Code

Download – Morse code message

 

 

7th May 2020

Download Activities

Today’s work continues with the topic ‘The Environment’ and how we can improve an area of our Environment.  Watch the video below on how to make a bird house and then use the inspiration sheet to make your own.  Once your house has been built check it regularly for any visitors. You could use the garden bird detective sheet to help you record what you see.

You can also follow the instructions on how to make fat balls to help attract as many bids as possible to your outside space.

4th May 2020

Download Activities

This week you are going to look after you and the people around you using the 5 ways to well being. Try to do at least two of the activities a day.  

Download – Exercise Ideas

Download – Cupcake Instructions

30th April 2020

Download Activities – Bug Hotel 

Continuing with our new topic ‘The Environment’ how about improving your outdoor environment at home by building a bug hotel? This will encourage lots of wildlife to visit as it is often difficult to find safe hideaways in gardens. You can also recycle lots of things that you may have lying around.

Look on the RSPB website to find a suggested materials, instructions and a video.

https://www.rspb.org.uk/get-involved/activities/give-nature-a-home-in-your-garden/garden-activities/build-a-bug-hotel/ 

Once your hotel has been built check it regularly for any visitors. You could use the spotters guide to help you record them.

27th April 2020

Download Earth day Activities

This week we are going to focus on the ‘Take Notice’ strand of the Five Ways to Well Being by celebrating Earth Day.  

Complete the following activities which will help you to take notice and connect with your outdoor environment.

  1. Plant some seeds or plants. Look after them and watch them grow.
  2. Go for a nature walk and take notice of what you can see. You could download a plant identification App such as PictureThis or PlantSnap to help you identify the plants you see.
  3. Look for stars. Spend some time outside on a clear night. Can you see any stars? If you look carefully can you spot any of the constellations on the checklist?
23rd April 2020

Download overview of Activities – Environment

Our new topic for this term is The Environment.

Your challenge this week is to help tidy and clean your home environment.  Look at the challenge sheet together and use the instruction sheets to help you complete the tasks independently.  
 
These are the activities:
 
Deep clean your room– can you make your room sparkle? you could use the vacuum a room instruction sheet from the well being challenge to help. 
 
Wash your clothes – use the instructions sheet ‘washing your clothes’ to help you. can you separate lights and darks? can you find what temperature they need to be washed at? 
 
Iron your clothes – you have practised doing this in school use those skills to help you. Remember the iron gets hot so be careful!. 
 
Wash the dishes – can you help keep the kitchen tidy? can you use the instructions ‘washing the dishes‘ to do this on your own?

Sort the recycling – Can you help reduce waste by recycling? can you find the correct bin to put them in? 

Easter Activities

Happy Easter EL2 and families!

Download Activities Overview

Here are 4 fun filled Easter activities you can do with your family.

Salt dough eggs Easter Activities

Paper Wreath Easter Activities

Jars Easter Activities

Decorated eggs Activities

Have a try at them all and make some lovely decorations for you house.

2nd April 2020 - 5 Ways to Wellbeing Challenge

Our 5 Ways to Wellbeing work continues today with a challenge.

Can you GIVE each day for 5 days? Have a look at the challenge sheet together. or view our Symbol instruction sheet.

These are the activities:

Thursday – Vacuum a room – we have done this in school, can you use the instructions ‘Vacuum a room‘ to do this on your own? Symbol instruction sheet

Friday – Make lunch – use the instructions from last week as a reminder. See if anyone would like a sandwich. What fillings were favourite choices?

Saturday – Clean out the fridge – talk to your family about healthy choices. You can use the traffic light resources from last week to see what is healthy and what is a treat.

Sunday – Clean the windows – we have done this in school, can you use the instructions ‘cleaning the windows‘ to do this on your own? Symbol instruction sheet

Monday – Play a game – We have done this in our PSD lessons. Take time with your family and have fun.

30th March 2020 - My Favourite Sandwich
  1. Have a look at the sheet how did we get on last week? Did you do some of the activities? 

Can we continue our good work and make a sandwich for lunch? You can look at the sheet My Favourite Sandwich for ideas. Ask your family members if they would like one too. You can GIVE today and this week by making lunch. Use the instruction sheet with symbol support to work as independently as possible.

  1. Even though we cannot go out gardening at school we can still TAKE NOTICE. What can we spot out of the window? – Birds, bulbs, buds on trees, cats, you could play eye spy!

Check out the sheet for ideas of the things you can see and see what you can spot.

If you would like to know more and learn the name of the things you see look on the websites below.

To find the names of:

BIRDS

www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/wildlife-guides/

SPRING FLOWERS

www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/blog/2018/01/early-spring-flowers-flowering-plants-and-shrubs/

INSECTS

www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/blog/2017/11/common-uk-insect-identification/

26th March 2020 - Traffic Light Food Colours

In EL2 we have been working on our 5 Ways to Wellbeing.

Have a look at the sheet to see the activities we have done in school that we can practise at home.

This week can we help sort out and clean the kitchen cupboards? This is part of our functional skills, sorting, cleaning, comparing sizes, health and safety etc.

Whilst the items are out of the cupboard we can look at the food labels. We have been doing this is school. We can decide which foods are a treat (red), which foods we can eat most the time (amber) and which foods we can enjoy freely (green). This is great for all the family.

Download traffic light food colours

Look at the powerpoint for information to explain these labels. To help talk about this with your children please check  out the NHS Change 4 Life website. It has helpful tips and videos.

Here is the link:

https://www.nhs.uk/change4life/food-facts/food-labels

There are also 2 instruction sheets with symbol support. These help our young people work more independently.

Download reading food label instructions

Download cleaning kitchen cupboard instructions

Lets work together!

23rd March 2020 - 2 Activities to try
  1. Stretching – we really enjoyed our stretching and flexibility for the All About Me project last term. Download the Power Point. Can you remember them and teach your family? Only record if you want to, this can be a fun way to keep mobile, active and have fun. Download excel recording sheet.
  2. Making cards – make cards ready for birthdays or send a card to a loved one you cannot visit at the moment, here are lots of ideas that are simple to make at home! https://www.mybluprint.com/article/easy-card-making-ideas-that-take-30-minutes-or-less

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